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Photographer:Captain Peter [View profile]Title:DANNY F IIAdded:Nov 15, 2008
Captured:IMO:7359462Hits:7,396
Location:Buenos Aires, Argentina
Photo Category: Livestock Carriers
Description:
at Buenos Aires

special carrier for animals (sheep)

3 Feb 2006
Vessel Identification
Name:Danny F Ii
IMO:7359462
Former name(s):
- Don Carlos (Until 1994)
Technical Data
Vessel type:Livestock Carrier
Gross tonnage:24,731 tons
Summer DWT:14,823 tons

Additional Information
Status:Dead
Class society:Turkish Lloyd
Build year:1976
AIS Information
AIS information: N/A
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Photo Comments (5)

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Corona Piero on Aug 25, 2012 14:31 (6 years ago)
Dear Christian is very sad hearing fom you how the workers treat the animals, the guys who don't respect the animals, they don't respect themself, for me all those Livestock Carrier can disappear, they're useless!
Jens Heri on Dec 18, 2009 00:51 (9 years ago)
Ship went down off Lebanon on Dec. 17th 2009.

BEIRUT: Rescue operations were under way on Thursday night after a merchant ship carrying more than 80 people capsized in waters off the coast of Tripoli as storms battered the eastern Mediterranean.

Nine Lebanese Army vessels, including a medical team, were dispatched to the scene after the Panamanian-flagged ship Danny Two overturned over 17 kilometers offshore from the northern port, officials said.

The maritime unit of the United Nations Interim Force in Lebanon (UNIFIL) sent three vessels after a distress signal was received by Lebanese naval forces at around 7:30 p.m.

“The Maritime Task Force (MTF) dispatched three ships, one Italian and two German, to the area where the LAF Navy told us the distress signal had been received,” UNIFIL Deputy Spokesman Andrea Tenenti told The Daily Star.

“We dispatched the ships immediately,” he said. “They have begun rescue operations” in conjunction with the Lebanese Navy, Tenenti added.

A port official in Tripoli said that 90 minutes after the accident at least 20 sailors had been rescued, 16 of them by a Syrian ship that was in the area.

MTF vessels took several hours to reach the scene, battling choppy seas as the storms enveloping Lebanon showed no signs of abating. Tenenti said the rescue process was hampered by the adverse weather, with helicopters normally used in maritime retrieval operations proving inoperable due to gale-force winds.

There was confusion over the exact owner of the ship and its final destination but preliminary reports suggested the vessel was carrying a cargo of cattle.

Both Tenenti and a port official in Tripoli had said the ship was transporting livestock. “The boat that sank seems to be a merchant vessel with around 83 people on board,” said Tenenti.

Ambulances were seen rushing out of Tripoli’s port area to nearby hospitals.

The port official said many of the stricken ship’s crew members were from the Philippines and Pakistan. There were also at least one Lebanese and one Syrian on board, the official added.

The vessel is the second ship to sink in Lebanese coastal waters in the space of a week, after the Sala II, a Togolese-flagged freighter which got into trouble around 70 kilometers off the coast of Tyre late last Friday. – With AFP
Christian on Mar 14, 2009 16:45 (10 years ago)
I wonder how many animals die durring the voyage.. I saw loading of catle and it doesnt look nice.. all those animals going crazy don't know where to go... workers hitting them with iron sticks...

Regards :-?
Captain Peter on Feb 04, 2006 15:09 (13 years ago)
Hallo Fischkopp!

yes, the pilot yesterday, who brought me in here in Buenos Aires, told me they use it for sheep transport.
But she does not load or discharge here in Buenos Aires. He did not know why she is here.
Probably some repair jobs?
Holger Jaschob on Feb 04, 2006 12:50 (13 years ago)
Hello Captain Peter!

Interesting shot! Looks like a former car carrier. Seems to be not in the best condition...

Regards,
Holger
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